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A study by the Leeds Metropolitan University in the U.K. found that workers who exercised during lunch break got more work done, used up fewer sick days and had lower medical expenses than their non-exercising colleagues. Six out of 10 workers said their time management skills, mental performance and ability to meet deadlines improved on days when they exercised.

Sjögren, T., Nissinen, K.J., Järvenpää, S.K., Ojanen, M.T., Vanharanta, H. and Mälkiä, E.A. (2006), Effects of a physical exercise intervention on subjective physical well-being, psychosocial functioning and general well-being among office workers: A cluster randomized-controlled cross-over design. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 16: 381-390.